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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Shrewsbury resident will compete at national collegiate rugby championships

Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury resident Alexander DiMauro, a 2012 graduate of Saint John’s High school and a senior at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I.,...

Eagle Scout project marks history

Northborough – Fifteen-year-old Carter Brannon is sharing Northborough’s history with the community in an innovative way that also helps him work toward his Eagle Scout badge. The Eagle Scout is the highest achievement to earn as a Boy Scout. Anyone driving or walking around town probably has seen a few of the handmade, wooden historical markers. There are 50 of them placed at historic sites around town including familiar sites such as the Gale Library, Chet’s Diner, the Aqueduct, Unitarian Universalist First Parish Church, and First Burial Ground on Brigham Street.

Service to be held for Westborough’s beloved ‘Blueberry Lady’

Westborough - Mrs. Lillian Isabelle Grove of Westborough passed away January 23 at the age of 91 at the Knollwood Nursing Center of Worcester, MA....

Holiday shopping underway

Northborough - Catherine Rossetti and Deb Hesek find holiday decorations they like at the Church of the Nativity's annual Novemberfest, held Nov. 3 in...

Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival events for Sept 18-19 

Shrewsbury – There are a number of events leading up to the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival’s main weekend, Saturday, Sept 24 and Sunday, Sept. 25. Three of those events – A Romantic Splendor Concert, the Paw Spa Pet Festival and Kids’ Fun Run/Walk, will take place on the prior weekend.

Shrewsbury Scout receives top honor

Shrewsbury - Patrick Daniel Lyons, 18, was formally recognized as an Eagle Scout by Shrewsbury Boy Scout Troop 114 during a recent Eagle Court...

Northborough police sergeant to run Falmouth Road Race in memory of son

Northborough - Jim Bruce, a sergeant with the Northborough Police Department, will be running this year's Falmouth Road Race to raise money and awareness...

Corridor Nine Chamber ‘posses’ for members

Westborough – Members of the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce had some fun recently at their annual launch party for the Fall Membership...

“Merely players” enjoy deliberating Shakespeare's works

Shrewsbury - More than 20 years ago, one of Corinne Wood's Shrewsbury friends coaxed her into attending a session of the Shakespeare Club of Grafton. After that, Wood didn's need any encouragement to go. She's been making the short trek from Shrewsbury to Grafton for the meetings ever since. The club is composed of area people who take pleasure in reading and exploring the Bard's works. Members convene twice monthly from mid-September to mid-May at the Brigham Hill Community Barn to read plays.

Marlborough band scores on Yawkey Way before Red Sox games

Marlborough – For nine years, the Marlborough-based band Flashback has been jogging the musical memories of area residents with classic rock songs of the 1960s and "70s. For the seventh year, they'sl return to the Mayor's Summer Concert Series at Union Common when they perform Thursday, Aug. 7, from 7 to 9 p.m., weather permitting. This time, the local musicians will arrive with a new credit on their resume.